Month in Review

Fall has arrived – yay! While I love to see photos of fall foliage and the idea of sweater-weather and all that, the reality is that for us in central Texas, what we can look forward to is at least temperatures that are more bearable.

In my city that also typically means a lot of fun events but thanks to the pandemic who knows if I’ll feel comfortable to go to any of them. Luckily the Texas Book Festival is doing some virtual events so I’m happy about that.

Now when it came to books I didn’t finish as many as I would have liked but I read some great books. I read: The Crying Child by Barbara Michaels, The Haunting of Maddy Clare by Simone St. James and The Fortnight in September by R. C. Sherrif.

Two of my books were for Readers Imbibing Peril. I loved them and will hopefully get some write ups on both soon. I plan to continue with some reads for this as I love spooky books and I’m sure to watch a scary movie for Halloween. Of course, I’ll mix it up with some other reads.

For example, I did start reading The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas to celebrate Freedom to Read. I’m really glad to finally be reading this book. It’s very good. I wanted to do a catch up post on my reading challenges but it’s been a long day so I’ll save that for another time.

I hope you had a great reading month and would love to hear what was your favorite read.

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